Coach Ferber with Coach Ariel Polanco

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One of the most common questions from young hitters: HOW CAN I GAIN MORE BAT SPEED🤷🏽‍♂️ 1. By increasing our functional and core strength (basically good old fashioned hard work in the gym🏋🏽‍♂️), although that won’t necessarily improve our bat path, or allow us to understand where and when bat speed should be happening in our swing. This @provelocitybat training tool is extremely helpful for both💪🏽 It doesn’t promote a “pushy” swing because the resistance of the bands that hold the sliding barrel literally won’t allow the barrel to slide if we try and push the bat through the zone. After we launch, we want the feeling of our barrel being ripped off our shoulder without muscling up, exerting too much effort, or over-swinging... which is what creates a lot of the most common mechanical breakdowns that we see in swings😤 Let’s peep a few hacks from MY GUYY🤩 and high level hitting coach Ariel Polanco (aka “OSCAR DE LA RENTA”😎) @working_with_polanco down in Georgia @fullcountga where all the super studs train🥵🏊🏽‍♂️💦⚾️🚀🙋🏽‍♂️ @jacksboyd #baseball #hit #seeds #playboy #staypositive #whippy #not #pushy #littleleague #college #mlb #compete #havefun #respect #thegame #neverforget #baseballislife #myguy #geezus

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Camryn Williams, Texas Longhorns


Coach Mike at @lets_barrel_up



Growlers Baseball with Boston Red Sox @nick.yorke

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My new toy, the @provelocitybat !!!It arrived yesterday and I couldn’t resist- put this baby to use right away. I am honored to have had the 2020 17th overall pick to the Boston Red Sox, Nick Yorke, roll through with his broskies @zach.yorke & @joe.yorke for a saucey hitting sesh. All of who are absolutely gifted hitters. It was fun to see them put this hitting tool to use. The audible feedback and force you need to apply with your hands is just incredible for an efficient swing and bat speed. Thanks @nheadley14 and @coachferber for helping me pull the trigger on purchasing this bad boy! #hitting #fronttoss #cagework #baseball #baseballswing #swingtrainer #batspeed #baseballlife #friendlycompetition #batspeed #nukes #d1baseball #mlb #redsox #boisestatebaseball #bloodline #goodtimes #havefun @zoots_baseball @amhsathletics @boisestatebaseball @redsox

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SEC Coach Nate Headley - Max Velo Training

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I picked up the @provelocitybat during the pandemic and finally had a chance for some of my hitters to put it to use. At first I was a little skeptical due simply to price but then after seeing the versatility it brings I can understand the price point. You will spend anywhere from $300-$600 for a weighted bat program that comes with 3 different bats and cannot be utilized on a machine. Not only can this 1 bat be used for an entire exit velo/bat speed training program but it also is a tremendous tool for sequencing the swing properly, eliminating push patterns and can be utilized facing live pitching or a machine for almost any age of hitter with the variations of multiple bands with different resistance. The audible feedback gives hitters feedback whether facing a ball in flight, off the tee or simply dry swings. I have been extremely impressed not just by the versatility of this training tool but the results we are getting with our hitters as well. I would not hesitate to recommend this training tool.

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SEC Coach Nate Headley - Correcting a "push"

Coach Ferber - Getting on plane early

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Without having to have a coach tell me if that was “a good swing” or not on every single rep I take🤔 Coaches can be helpful... but ultimately the player is the one that takes final ownership of his own swing, game production, training philosophy, work ethic, success, or lack of success. What I need to feel personally as a hitter in PRACTICE... that gives me the confidence to perform during competition is so key; however, I don’t ever judge other people’s feels... because I don’t understand how their brain works as an individual🤷🏽‍♂️ UNLESS they take the time to explain it to me very clearly🗣🔥. “Coach this is how I personally process and RETAIN the most information. I have A.D.D. so I tend to get distracted easily and kinda need for you to work a little slower and more in detail with me if possible...” and quite often I’ve found that it’s a lot different than the way I learned and retained, which is why it’s so important that I BUILD A VALID RELATIONSHIP WITH MY ATHLETE FIRST... BEFORE TRYING TO DELIBERATELY CHANGE HIS MECHANICS BECAUSE I DON’T LIKE THE WAY IT “LOOKS”😬 Great concept here by @provelocitybat appreciate you guys lettin me hit some crispy quarantine seeds during Corona Season😷🏊🏽‍♂️💦⚾️😅🙋🏽‍♂️ #baseball #hit #corona #seeds #training #cool #concept #littleleague #college #mlb #compete #havefun #respect #thegame #staypositive #bruh #bat #speed #wavy #practice #tool #workhard #focus #shine

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Coach Bobby Patton - "Click Click Boom"